The music industry may be ditching the "urban" label

Jun 11, 2020
Black artists make all kinds of music. Critics of the status quo say one label does not fit all.
Tyler, the Creator accepts his Grammy for best rap album alongside his mother at the 62nd awards. The artist has denounced the word "urban" when used to describe music made by Black artists.
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Beyoncé and her brand, by the numbers

Who run the world? Queen B, probably.
Beyonce performs onstage during The 59th GRAMMY Awards in February 2017
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Advertising on the Grammys 'second screen'

Jan 24, 2014
Last year 28 million people watched the Grammys on TV. But more and more, some of the action and the ads will be happening on the so-called second screen.

Strutting in style at the Grammys doesn't come cheap

Jan 24, 2014
The dress, the hair, the limo -- even if you're not a star (yet), it's part of the cost of breaking into the music business.
Model/Singer/Actress Colette Falla. Styling by Catherine Joubert
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